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Gucci Mane brother is furious at the rapper for not inviting he or he and Keyshia Ka’oir’s wedding.

Gucci Mane spent $1.7 million on his royal theme wedding and a lot of his celebrity pals were there to celebrate with his. But surprising his mother and his younger brother, Nate Davis, were not at the lavish affair in Miami on Monday night and now we are learning that they weren’t invited. Nate spoke with TMZ on Saturday where he said that he wanted to be there for his brother but never got the chance to.

“He didn’t let me go to the wedding,” Nate told TMZ live. “I’m happy for him. He went through hell to get to paradise where he at now. Me or my mom didn’t go. We still reflect on it. That’s just another chapter we have to close in our life… I feel real bad Ra [Radric] didn’t invite me to his wedding. I really wanted to be there for him. Just as a brother standpoint. Just to support you, guide you, however you need me to.”

Radric Davis is Gucci Mane’s government name. His brother Nate added that he has no idea why Guwop left him and their mother ghost and didn’t offer up any theory either. Gucci spend three years in prison before his released last year May and that’s when his life was transformed. We also know that his wife Keyshia Ka’oir supported him throughout his stint in prison and during a time when his life was spiraling out of control. “It’s hard because, I don’t know, she don’t know. Left us in…ghost,” Nate added.

Gucci Mane also has a new album out Mr. Davis that is doing very well. The rapper and his new bride also has a 10 part reality TV show on BET and part of the series broadcast his wedding live on Monday night on the network.


Vybz Kartel debut his new hustle anthem “All Aboard” a catchy single produced by TJ Records.

Earlier this week, the imprisoned dancehall star announced that he will be debuting the new single on Irie FM on Friday and all day yesterday DJ Wayne was spinning the new track. “Am so intriguing get the vision and wake up me do it / Run the boat spring cleaning money move hit season / Honeymoon this even no money marriage a mi dirty habit and me clean,” Kartel deejay.

“All Aboard” is also available for streaming on Apple Music. Sources inside the Gaza told us that Kartel is already prepping to drop more new music come next week. “We have more new music coming its a total dancehall domination this season stay tune,” our source said. We’re also told that the videos for “Mhm Hm” and “Don’t Come Back” will arrive sometime in the next two weeks. Vybz Kartel posted a preview of the two videos on IG yesterday hyping up his fans.

While his songs dominates the airwaves, Vybz Kartel is gearing up for his appeal trial in February of next year. The “Fever” deejay is confident that he will be vindicated of murder when his case is concluded in the appeal court.

[Verse 1]
I don’t normally like to stare
But the way you move is just not fair
Everybody in the room got their eyes on you
So what you gonna do?

[Chorus]
Badi, badi boum
Move the hips side to side
Badi, badi boum
[?] left to right
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
I could watch it all day, yeah
Badi, badi boum
Bring you closer to me, yeah
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
[?]

[Post-Chorus]
[?]
Put it all on me

[Verse 2]
Don’t know your name, but I want to
I don’t know you, but I got to
And blue jeans they fit you so right, yeah
Don’t wait at the light [?]

[Chorus]
Badi, badi boum
Move the hips side to side
Badi, badi boum
[?] left to right
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
I could watch it all day, yeah
Badi, badi boum
Bring you closer to me, yeah
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
[?]

[Post-Chorus]
[?]
Put it all on me

[Bridge]
Ten out of ten with the way that you dancing
I can see us on a beach in a mansion
Salt in your hair, moon in your eyes
This could be us by tonight

[Chorus]
Badi, badi boum
Move the hips side to side
Badi, badi boum
[?] left to right
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
I could watch it all day, yeah
Badi, badi boum
Bring you closer to me, yeah
Badi, badi boum
[?]
Badi, badi boum
[?]

[Outro]
[?]
Put it all on me
[?]
Put it all on me

DY crazy

[Intro: Young Thug]
Peter Piper picker, I never kept her
Peter Piper pepper, we never kept ’em
Yeah

[Verse 1: Young Thug & Future]
I got more bracelets on than you got chains, bro
Me and my dawg’s dope came in on the same boat
Whippin’ the same dope, I put the bitch in the eighth stroke
Right out the ghetto, too rap for the letto, yeah
Caught my first body out in Bentley Coupe, yeah
Ten real murders from my Migos, yeah
Rock the Cuban link, top of my knees (yeah, yeah)
Ostrich seats, bite your sleeves (yeah, yeah)
Trippin’, I’m like a referee up with these gators (yeah)
Trip on my spot, it was no more basic cable (yeah)
I mixed some Act with some yellow Tuss like a Laker (yeah)
Three shot ’em like a mothaf*ckin’ Pacer (Southside, yeah, yeah)
Never lose like my mothaf*ckin’ McGregor, ya heard? (Yeah)
Inside the whips come red like ketchurp (Yeah)
Count this money up with glasses like a mixer (Yeah)
Codeine laboratory like on Dexter (Yeah)
Bad yellow skin, Philippine
Envious and gin never win
Chrome, hard lens, help me sin
Hit him in his back, South Central
Made a lot of M’s right from sinnin’
Ready to smoke the pen by my women
I prefer the shrimp, tired of chicken
Ever saw me limp? That’s-

[Verse 2: Future]
I got more rings than you got hoes, bro
I bought my BM a Bentley with the wings, yeah
I let my kids fly private I’m Supreme, yeah
Real killers move in silent, take that clean batch, yeah
I want the one with the real hair
I’m out the jungle, a real bear
Put a chinchilla on anywhere
I’m out that zoo, zoo, zoo
I’m a gorilla, ape, nigga, ain’t ate
Ain’t fantasize for all you niggas in yellow tape, yeah
‘Cause these niggas, they ain’t loyal, they been chillin’ with the ops
Doe Boy came in that 450 Spyder straight from off the block
Had to throw my crack a few times, don’t f*ck with or with no cop
Check on Google, I’m out my noodle
I feed shrimps to all my shooters
Ayy my bitch a bad bitch, so I turned her to a recruiter
I’m a real assassin, quarter M for a back end
Shawty got real sassy when I gave her that Patek
If I bust it down today she’ll never go back average
So much Chanel I might as well open up my own store
Used to use these belts as pillows, sleepin’ on floors
Original BMG nigga, yeah the Feds know
I’m the richest nigga came from Lil’ Mexico

[Chorus: Future]
If you ever catch me limpin’, ’cause I’m a pimp
Chrome helps me see the haters, I can’t see ’em
Gotta keep 10 mil’ stashed under my hoe’s bed
And I gotta keep some ice like a meth head


Dancehall stars Alkaline and Popcaan are once again going head to head for another reggae MOBO Award.

The the two dancehall stars are among three other local acts vying for the Best Reggae Act award 22nd Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards. The award ceremony will be held in Leeds, England on November 29 and as per usual, the reggae category is getting a lot of attention. This year it’s particularly interesting since this is the third straight year that Popcaan is being nominated in the category and he already won for the last two years. If he wins next month, he would create history for winning the award three years straight.

The other acts nominated in the category are Aidonia, Chronixx, and Damian “Jr Gong” Marley who have all had a phenomenal year in reggae/dancehall. This is the second nomination for Aidonia for a MOBO Award. The 4th Genna deejay has been having a great year with a number of big hits including “Banga” and “Yeah Yea.”

“2017 has been a great year so far,” Aidonia said in a statement. “It’s a joy to see that all the work we have been putting in over the years, not just this year, is slowly paying off. We give thanks for the recognition and want to say respect the MOBO’s, the fans and everybody that played a part in making this happen.”

Chronixx debut album Chronology debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Reggae chart earlier this year. The project spawned a number of hits like “Majesty,” “Likes,” and “Skankin Sweet.” The 25-year-old reggae singer is among the favorites to take home the MOBO award this year. Reggae/Dancehall veteran Damian Marley is also a hit favorite to win the award with his new album Stony Hill currently doing very well. This is his sixth MOBO nomination.